Sep 12, 2021

The Latest Issue of the Review of Biblical Literature

The latest issue of Review of Biblical Literature is out. Reviews can be accessed by clicking the links below but unfortunately you must be a SBL member to read them.

Benjamin Ogechi Agbara, Universal Mission: The Climax of Matthew’s Post-resurrection Account: An Exegetical Analysis of Matthew 28
Reviewed by Edwin Broadhead

Alma Brodersen, Friederike Neumann, and David Willgren, eds., Intertextualität und die Entstehung des Psalters: Methodische Reflexionen—Theologiegeschichtliche Perspektiven
Reviewed by Phil J. Botha

Marlene Crüsemann, The Pseudepigraphical Letters to the Thessalonians
Reviewed by Matthew Jensen

David J. Downs and Benjamin J. Lappenga, The Faithfulness of the Risen Christ: Pistis and the Exalted Lord in the Pauline Letters
Reviewed by Troy M. Troftgruben

Johannes Hahn and Volker Menze, eds., The Wandering Holy Man: The Life of Barsauma, Christian Asceticism, and Religious Conflict in Late Antique Palestine
Reviewed by Christine Shepardson

Antti Laato, The Origin of Israelite Zion Theology
Reviewed by Ryan P. Bonfiglio

Josef Lösel and Nicholas J. Baker-Brian, eds., A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity
Reviewed by Avram Shannon

David E. Nyström, The Apology of Justin Martyr: Literary Strategies and the Defence of Christianity
Reviewed by H. H. Drake Williams III

Karl Shuve, ed., Books and Readers in the Premodern World: Essays in Honor of Harry Gamble
Reviewed by Clark R. Bates

Mitzi J. Smith and Jin Young Choi, eds., Minoritized Women Reading Race and Ethnicity: Intersectional Approaches to Constructed Identity and Early Christian Texts
Reviewed by Denise Kimber Buell

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